The Carver X Loaded Bolsa Complete combines Loaded’s focus on performance and attention to details, while having a signature turn of a Carver CX. The Bolsa deck is a 9.4″ x 31″, with aggressive wheel flares that keep your feet locked in, while adding more wheel clearance. Furthermore, blue Orangatang 4President wheels with Loaded Jehunion bearings provide excellent grip and speed retention for a smoothest carving session. This setup is finished off with Orangatang Knuckles bushings, orange in the front, and purple in the rear.
The CX Truck is Carver’s hybrid surf and skate truck. On the one hand it’s a lightweight standard RKP (Reverse King Pin) hanger and base, and on the other it has a patented geometry that squeezes every bit of turn and pump from the system.
With the patented design, CX pumps like a C7, but the CX lands airs and rides fakie with more stability in comparison. This opens up aerial maneuvers, and keys in with the latest progression of airs in surfing.
The CX also has more pump and a tighter turning radius than any other reverse kingpin truck on the market, but without any other parts. It has a similar feel to that of the C7 but is less extreme, so if you want a more familiar feel to your board but want to pump and surf, then the CX is the truck you want on a board like this.
The CX trucks are ideal for progressive airs, reverses, and anyone who prefers a snappy turn.
- Width: 8.4″
- Length: 31″
- Wheelbase: TBA
- Orangatang 4President 70mm 77a
- Loaded Jehunion Bearings
- Orangatang Knuckles
- (Front – Orange, Rear – Purple)
- Surf those concrete waves!
- More here: CARVER SKATEBOARDS
- Loaded here: LOADED BOARDS
The true future of modern design began in the 1950’s, with progressive designers reimagining a streamlined aesthetic based on functionality and simple, elegant design. This ethos has been a guiding force for Carver, as we have strived to create iconic boards meant to stand the test of time. Seen through the lens of his 35mm camera, photographer and Carver ambassador Leco Moura carves through downtown Los Angeles, capturing images that reflect this inspirational movement.